Thursday, June 6, 2013
narrow-minded has left a new comment on your post "Concordia Publishing House Accountant Deflects Iss...":
I'm actually a little disappointed the "8-18 Combo Pack" wasn't specifically invoked with the CPH rebuke, although it was certainly implied. Imagine the CEO of American Airlines saying that one of American's pilots smoking pot on his time is his own business and doesn't reflect poorly on the company.
GJ - I am sure Bruce Kintz would not have any problem if I copied his Lutheran Service Book into this blog verbatim and took credit for it.
1. It is my own blog.
2. The blog is older than the LSB.
3. What I do on my own time is my own business.
LPC has left a new comment on your post "McCain's Boss Avoids the Real Issue with McCain's ...":
I am glad you posted on this. Clearly, the boss of McCain is not bothered that his editor is plagiarizing in private. He keeps saying there is no plagiarism in CPH.
Since Kintz is not bothered at all that his editor is plagiarizing in his editor's blog, that shows Kintz' sense of integrity and standard, - zero. Classic Antinomian. He does not demand high integrity from his employees even if they claim to be "Christian".
GJ - Kintz is an ideal representative of the domineering but helpless bureaucrat. He ordered me, a non-employee and non-LCMS member, to take down a post and a graphic. The basic graphic came from the LCMS people who wonder why they pay princely salaries to two editors. I just created a composite graphic. Kintz never identified the errors in my post.
However, Kintz is powerless to do anything about McCain's private publishing of a blog about CPH, where McCain draws his deluxe salary. The entire structure is helpless to do anything about McCain's constant promotion of Roman Catholicism in the guise of honoring saints' days by plagiarizing Roman websties.
Various WELS officials constantly warn members against touching the keys of non-WELS pipe organs, but they are helpless to stop their fellow pastors from worshiping with gay activist Babtist pastors like Andy Stanley and Methodist clowns like Craig Groeschel.